Skip to comments.U.S. magazine sales fall as consumers turn to the Internet for news (Dinosaur Media Deathwatch)
Posted on 08/09/2011 10:38:11 AM PDT by Free Vulcan
U.S. single-copy magazine sales were down 9.2% during the first six months of 2011, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations latest report, issued Tuesday...
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Paging Captain Renault...
Happy dance, Happy dance.
How well did Tiny Brown’s Newsweek Bachman hit piece, with rage cover, sell?
The publishers know how to play hardball. Look at McGraw Hill ~ they just turned their S&P division loose on the US government!
Emergency call to action because things are starting to get serious ping ...
First, they took away our Sears Catalog.
Then, they took away bank calendars.
Then, they took away the telephone book.
Then, they took away the local newspaper.
Now, they are taking away our magazines.
And if we don't do something about it soon, we'll be back to
corn cobs ... and you remember the old saying, "Rough as a cob."
I cannot imagine paying good money for the trash they put out.
Gee the last magazine purchase I can remember was around 20 yrs ago as a yute, hustler or something..... :-)
Update: Sales of buggy whips, phonograph needles and Vitalis still sluggish
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